Vegetable Stock

vegetable broth Vegetable stock can be used to replace the meat stock or water in just about any recipe. It adds a hint of flavor and extra nutrition to soups, risotto, and more. This very basic recipe is really just a guideline - there is no right or wrong recipe for vegetable stock. You can … Continue reading Vegetable Stock

STRAWBERRY BLONDE (SHAKE)

STRAWBERRY BLONDE (SHAKE) Easy Protein Strawberry Blonde (shake) Here is the 1960 strawberry blonde recipe, which is a quick any easy way to use some fresh strawberries. Servings Makes 2 servings Equipment one blenderone measuring cupone paring knife Ingredients 1 cup milk1 cup fresh strawberries washed, hulled, and diced1 cup crushed ice1 tablespoon raspberry, red … Continue reading STRAWBERRY BLONDE (SHAKE)

Recipe – Apple Smoothie

Apple Smoothie Apples are readily available in the United States in your local grocery year-round, so, this is a nice easy to make a smoothie which can be a pleasant drink anytime. This is especially true in the fall and early winter when apples are plentiful. If you happen to be fortunate enough to have … Continue reading Recipe – Apple Smoothie

MAKE YOUR OWN SMOOTHIE

MAKE YOUR OWN SMOOTHIE Despite the multitude of books and recipes on the Internet for smoothies making your own is a relatively easy thing. With a little consideration for what you have available and the flavor patterns you want is super easy to make smoothies which are both healthy and pleasing for your family friends … Continue reading MAKE YOUR OWN SMOOTHIE

EASY PROTEIN STRAWBERRY BLONDE (SHAKE)

EASY PROTEIN STRAWBERRY BLONDE (SHAKE) Easy Protein Strawberry Blonde (shake) While reviewing an old recipe for strawberry blonde I realize that it would be super easy to convert that to a protein shake or smoothie depending on how you want to think about it. So, I thought I would give it a try and it … Continue reading EASY PROTEIN STRAWBERRY BLONDE (SHAKE)

A Name in the Sand

Writing and The Written Word

Alone I walked the ocean strand;

A pearly shell was in my hand:

I stooped and wrote upon the sand

My name—the year—the day.

As onward from the spot I passed,

One lingering look behind I cast;

A wave came rolling high and fast,

And washed my lines away.

And so, methought, ’twill shortly be

With every mark on earth from me:

A wave of dark oblivion’s sea

Will sweep across the place

Where I have trod the sandy shore

Of time, and been, to be no more,

Of me—my day—the name I bore,

To leave nor track nor trace.

And yet, with Him who counts the sands

And holds the waters in His hands,

I know a lasting record stands

Inscribed against my name,

Of all this mortal part has wrought,

Of all this thinking soul has thought,

And from these fleeting moments caught

For glory or for shame.

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The Last Rose of Summer

Writing and The Written Word

‘Tis the last rose of summer

Left blooming alone;

All her lovely companions

Are faded and gone;

No flower of her kindred,

No rose-bud is nigh,

To reflect back her blushes,

Or give sigh for sigh.

I’ll not leave thee, thou lone one!

To pine on the stem;

Since the lovely are sleeping,

Go, sleep thou with them.

Thus kindly I scatter

Thy leaves o’er the bed

Where thy mates of the garden

Lie scentless and dead.

So soon may I follow,

When friendships decay,

And from Love’s shining circle

The gems drop away.

When true hearts lie withered,

And fond ones are flown,

O! who would inhabit

This bleak world alone?


—Thomas Moore

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